Cash Crop Business: High-Profit Cash Crops

By - Shivangi Rai


Mushroom farming, particularly oyster mushrooms, can be highly profitable for small-scale growers 


Microgreens can be grown in trays or hydroponically, yielding over $10,000 per month from a small space and selling at markets or to local businesses


Ginseng, a slow-growing medicinal root, offers long-term profit potential with a six-year maturity period fetching $300 to $600 per pound 


Saffron, the world's costliest legal crop, sells for approximately $2,500 per pound due to the labour-intensive process of harvesting its stigmas from crocus flowers


Lavender presents a highly versatile and profitable farming option with various products like dried bouquets, essential oils, and culinary applications

Bonsai Plants

Bonsai, ornamental potted shrubs or trees, can be a profitable venture, with prices ranging from $20 to thousands of dollars


Flower farming can be a highly profitable specialty crop for small farms, offering various options like bulbs, cut flowers, and dried flowers 


Bamboo, one of the fastest-growing woody plants, offers substantial profit potential 

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